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payers? >> right now, president obama's propose al would have dividends taxed at ordinary income. that is substantially higher tax rate than the 15% tax rate that toward are enjoying right now. either way, we think that dividend yields will ultimately get dinged. as you mentioned, they have gotten hit. they were down something like 3% and the week ending just before the election. even in anticipation of that. it's hard to know. remember, a lot of dividend stocks are held in tax-exempt accounts, 401(k)s, pensions, endowments, foundations. we are dealing with a subset here. my sense is we will not see a pull back because a lot of dividends aren't taxed to the extent you would think. >> good to have you on the program. thank you so much. >> thank you, maria. >> up next on the "wall street journal report," he runs what some think is the strongest bank. what will life be life under president obama's next four years? new pink lemonade 5-hour energy? 5-hour energy supports the avon foundation for women breast cancer crusade. so i can get the energized feeling i need and support a great
" "examines the election. what president obama did right and what the republicans need to do and what both have to do to avoid falling off the so-called fiscal cliff. that's coming up at 8:00 right here on abc7. >>> we are learning more this morning about the scandal involving david petraeus. his sudden resignation as head of the cia is still sending shockwaves through washington. petreas said he accepts all the blame for his own downfall >>> after nearly four decades in international affairs, it was an extramarital affairs that brought david petraeus' distinguished career to a jolting end. in a statement to cia employees he acknowledged the liaison, expressing his extremely poor judgment. it's unacceptable, he said, both as a husband and as a leader of an organization such as hours. >> if they found out about an extramarital affair they could use it as blackmail against you. >> he has been married to his wife holly for 38 years. they have two children. they met when he was a west point cadet and she stood by him as he raced on the fast track up the ranks to four-star general. last year he
of people were wrong, it turns out. most of the mainstream media and pollsters were right about president obama and it makes me think about this. was this moment with rover, fair will i or unfairly, kind of symbolic with what we receive this year where some folks on the right, certainly not everybody, say the polls were skewed, said the unemployment figures were cooked, not accepting reality? >> yeah. yeah. they were clearly wrong. frank bruni said it in "the new york times" this morning. the orator sun, a debacle. not that he wasn't just wrong but h was cataclysmically wrong. his style comes into question as does his stature at fox news. mine will fox news at this point look at what happened and say, you know, we need to rethink these things? >> i think fox news loves rover and the viewers like rover. >> because he's good television. >> you also had donltd trump who ran for president for about nine seconds it seems and pushed the birther nonsense and tweeted all night that the election was a sham. and it was said he veered far past relevance. >> didn't rover say he made a bad investment,
votes in florida comes in for president obama, i think simon is just about right. it sounded a little outlandish a few days ago. >> ann? appreciationlaise's for the book, "the victory laps ." when i was canvassing in virginia and i was maybe the fourth person going columbus list and i was asking whether people thought it would vote in the morning or the afternoon, i knew i was carrying and does what he recommended. you never heard me talk about women candidates and i'm so excited about the women were coming in. to be the senator from north dakota and she is a fabulous person. emily's list supports women for congress and it wahasa one loss record. if you compare how much they raised and spent with the success compared to some of the suepr pac's, they did a heck of a lot better job. >> who were the losers? >> the billionaires handing over all that money. >> they got shelly in nevada. >> that's unfortunate. >> they did not get what they thought they were be buying of. >> the biggest loser is carl rove -- karl rove. he would let them keep even more, a fairly bottom line decision. a lot of
. doubling down on hope and barack obama. what does the winner hope will give him and more important us a second term upgrade? will the hard right in the house give thumbs down for the re-elected president, will they risk the fiscal abyss to keep their ties to the tea party? and finally, this is my country. even mitt romney was echoing that cry from the anti-obama crowd, pledging to take our country back. but that is deep in the past. no matter how hard they want it, america's fewer you to -- future just won't look like the early 1950's. hi, i'm chris matthews. welcome to the show. with us today, the washington post bob woodward. "the washington post" kathleen parker, "the new york times" d helen cooper. first up. barack obama's place in american presidential history was upgrated tuesday with his convincing sweeping re-election by an entirely new american elect rat. -- electorate. >> we are greater than the sum of our individual ambitions and we remain more than a collection of red states and blue states. we are and forever will be the united states of america. and together, with your h
that he's been doing the right thing? >> well, president obama did not talk a great deal about his record and he did not talk a great deal about his plans. he ran a campaign that was very powerfully and effectively negative. again, this a republican challenger. i painted the republicans as frightening, unacceptable. unfortunately, he had a lot of cooperation with the republicans in making that case. this is still a middle class family and yet the big majority of the republican people said that they were not in touch with the republican class. you have to ask, what did republicans do to show middle class america that that was the mistake? it was not a middle class-oriented platform and hasn't been for a while. so why romney lost, i go through the reasons that people were put off from the republican party and i say this is a deeper problem and we need to make a deeper connection and this involves a much more economically inclusive message, a more culturally modern message. and it means a message that takes into account the environment, which is an issue of rising consciousness for younger v
is a deepening of the progressive project under president obama who has a tremendous amount of leverage right now. now, that happens to be something that i don't favor. i don't think that that's the right way for -- >> bob does. bob doesn't think he's going to be progressive enough, right? >> that's exactly right. >> right, and perhaps that's true from bob's perspective. i don't think the president obama's views are identical to bob's. but i tend to think that -- >> that's an understatement. >> yeah, but i do think that barack obama -- >> you've been quite critical of obama during the first three years. >> but i think that barack obama is very much a progressive. i do not think that he's an eisenhower republican or a gerald ford republican. i think that he's someone who really does want to deepen a larger social transformation. i'm also somewhat, i also believe that he really does believe in this idea that public investment is what will likely grow the economy. >> when i grew up president obama would have been considered a moderate republican i suppose. maybe somebody would have said he's a liber
. >>> coming up at 8:00 abc's " this" "examines the election. what president obama did right and what the republicans need to do and what both have to do to avoid falling off the so-called fiscal cliff. that's coming up on abc7. >>> we are learning more this morning about the scandal involving david petraeus. his sudden resignation at head of the cia is still sending shockwaves through washington. petreas said he accepts all the blame. >>> after nearly four decades in international affairs, it was an extramarital affairs that brought david petraeus' distinguished career to a jolting end. in a statement to employees he acknowledged the liaison, expressing his extremely poor judgment. it's unacceptable, he said, both as a husband and as a leader of an organization such as hours. >> if they found out about an extramarital affair they could use itos blackmail against you. >> he has been married to his wife holley against you for 32 years. they have two children. they met when he was a west point cadet and she stood by him as he raced on the fast track up the ranks to four-star general. la
extinction. on the other side, minorities help reelect president obama. has he done right by them? we've got a political intervention for both sides. >>> plus, is bond too old? >>> and it's some of the hottest lingerie in the world. but how is this sexy? thanks again for joining us. mitt romney lost the election but he may have made history. here's why. his loss could go down as the last presidential campaign to bank on the white vote for a win. in a moment, evidence of why that is a losing strategy. let's get quickly to al cardenis and patrick millsap. first to you, al, are whites the new minority here in america, especially when it comes to elections? >> it will be soon. when ronald reagan, our gold standard, won in 1980, it was 87% of the vote. this year, it was 72% of the vote. it will be 68% of the vote in 2016. and by the 2020s, it will be the minority vote in america. >> i'm going to ask patrick the same question. patrick, what do you think? >> at first, we have an outreach problem. we are banking on vote that is we don't necessarily put in the bank and we are counting the votes that
, jobs and fiscal responsibility. what we need to do, as i said, is that president obama needs to take a page out of president clinton's book. he needs to use the bully pulpit. we need a meaningful citizen education engagement campaign. we need to demonstrate to the far right -- >> do you think that's part of the issue, though? >> i think he wants a deal. i think he needs a deal. >> do you think president obama would have a deal you would be satisfied with, stephen? >> i think if president barack obama moved a little to the right because he governor earns from the left -- americans are first and foremost. we want to get this problem solved. >> let's say barack obama moves to the so-called middle, wherever that is, but still says the top 2% has higher income taxes. >> the republicans will not go along with higher tax rates. he can say we'll close the loopholes, we can do everything, but i think the republicans honestly believe, and i agree with them on this, that raising those tax rates will hurt the economy more than it will bring down the deficit. you're the one who has always said jo
this before you respond, al. what you say is right on. being on the ground, everyone underestimated the obama ground campaign. the romney people were calling people who say, we need you to support our candidate. the obama people had offices in these communities for years and they were going out -- i see you haven't voted yet. if you go and vote, we'll find a way for you to get to the polls to go vote. they were talking about g.o. tv and volunteers -- i'm like, what are they talking about? and then it finally came to light, they're getting people to the polls and reaching people personally. al? >> let me say this. president obama received 12 million less vote this is year than he did in 2008. mitt romney got almost 3 million votes less than john mccain did. this election, you could come up with a lot of arguments as to why mitt romney didn't win. i thought he left it all in the playing field. i thought he did as well as he could, given the circumstances. but the truth of the matter is, we couldn't come up with enough votes to win. and if you analyze this election, you can come up with 100 reas
is the assistant attorney general of the civil rights division in washington, dc, he was nominated for that position by president obama and sworn in in october of 2009 and we are all the lucky -- we are all very lucky that that happened in october of 2009. tom has spent his entire career in public service and on protecting the civil rights of our most vulnerable people. tom actually joined the civil rights division as a young lawyer and while he was there he prosecuted some of the most significant cases in the country. lawyers in the civil rights division get fanned out to places in the country to handle cases in mississippi and alabama and california and all over and tom was one of those people. he was sent to texas to handle a very significant hate crime case when he was a young lawyer that involved a gang of white supremacists that went on a killing spree and ended up shooting 3 people and killing one when he was a young lawyer working in the civil rights division. he later served as a top deputy for attorney general janet reno, he was special counsel to ted kennedy and ser
-space at an obama. he's speaking live right now in washington dc. >> well, here's a strange twist to the tech talk all pairs also something new can include something old like guns, homemade guns. guns that metal detectors can't detect. it's all perfectly legal and it's unrelated. cbs five alan martin shows us how 3-d printers are being used to make plastic guns that will fire real, deadly bullets. >> reporter: they come in all shapes and sizes. now there is a whole new way that a piece can be produced. the brainchild of the university of texas law student has become a reality, thanks to something called a 3-d printer. the machine actually looks like a photocopier, it usually generates models like these. >> but the group defends the stripping looking to make a real gun. here's how it works. the design of the gun is programmed into a 3-d printer. printer then shapes a piece of hard plastic into a firewall -- into a fireable weapon. the final schematics will be distributed online, then anyone with a 3-d printer on a computer will be able to print a gun at home. >> we will have the reality of a weapon
of the shrinkage of the obama electoral map, right? so a big re-election win, but he doesn't take indiana, he doesn't take north carolina, so this republican out there in the midwest. and then another producer picked anxio angus king, the independent from maine. >> and one thing about king, the filibuster is one of his causes. and when we think about what went wrong in the first four years of the obama administration and really for much longer than that, turning the senate where to a body where you need 60 votes to pass, king wants to get rid of the filibuster. and with the republicans still controlling the house, there might be some willingness to give up the philly business ter. that very moment when both parties could say maybe it's time. wishful thinking. p. >> i love this might be a magical moment in which we get rid of the filibuster. you never know. that is our show for today. thank you to richard and liz for sticking around and you at home for watching. we'll see you next saturday at 10:00 a.m. try running four.ning a restaurant is hard, fortunately we've got ink. it gives us 5x the rewards
and president obama, who were both on the scene? was it a telling mistake? because it was all over the news, night after night as after night for the week preceding the election. >> that's right. it was a mistake in retrospect. but the real mistake romney made was the way he handled chris christie when he was picking a vice presidential partner and christie was extremely alienated by whatever that process was. but absolutely, romney had the chance to show up and be a player and be a visual player on all of television and he wasn't there. >> what could be said that he would be capital liesing on a nonpolitical event. >> that is the point. >> that is not the point. >> that is the point. >> the head of the party ought to be there. >> he had no role, and he wisely stepped aside. he would have been accused of political op pour tunism. it would have hurt him more. >> that is the equation you have, but it was evident he was not there. >> why do you have to diminish the president's achievement here? >> i'm not diminishing it. he won the election. >> he didn't win it because of chris christie. >> ch
think, all right, you bought it, want it, president obama doesn't want to compromise. let's go through a recession. 2% growth, stuff like that, it could be really bd, last more than two years. neil: take that out on the republican house? >> who knows. they convey -- a lot of times that's down to the president, t the president, with, you know, all the media cheerleading him, has a very good track record on flipping the tables on the republicans. who knows. i can see -- neil: can you prove it? >> i see both sides seeing that as the advantage, letting it blow up. neil: how do you think it works out in the end? >> i think president obama's got the eye on legacy. america will be just fine. i agree with financial times that america is the brightest spot in the world economy. >> i think they are going to cobble -- neil: so where are we going to be at midnight op new year? do you think we'll have cobbled together something? >> something cheap and band-aid style, needle nose pliers and duct tape. >> that would be good. >> well, depending on the committee to clean it up to make it beautiful who
, 2 1/2 million votes lower than john mccain. >> i think what stands out about obama's victory to me is how ugly it was, this was identity politics on steroids telling black people republicans wanted to take away their right to vote and telling women there's war on them that seniors, that paul ryan wants to push granny off the cliff in a wheelchair. this is not the hope and change obama, this was not, there's no red state and blue state obama. he won ugly, it's divisive and if this is the template for how democrats want to win elections going forward to this-- >> and i can tell you what the reaction in the white house would be if they heard you say that, they would say get over it, grow up, this is politics, republicans got a, you know, put on their boxing gloves and get over it. >> oh, yeah. >> paul: so what? you know. >> i won, you know, suck it up. >> i agree. this is the new benchmark the way you win a presidential campaign. no question about it, it's too bad, but that's the way it is. i want to elaborate on one of kim's points. the turnout machine, it did not materialize after t
, the fema director. >>> greatest hits of the second term. right there. president obama avoid the second term -- but first, let's talk about the election. katrina vanden heuvel, first, from the nation, lot of polling show that the president was going to win, i think a lot of people were surprised how sweeping the victory was in the battleground states, in the electoral college. >> i think you saw the coalition, the rises electorate you also saw an element, george, fairness. you're on your own, jack, and president obama who said, we're in this together. you saw in ohio the most important state, president obama, sherrod brown returns to office, speaking about fairness, the role of government, these are important issues. then on the other side, you had a republican party, a discredited brand with a shrinking base out of touch with values. >> so, when you talk about this coalition -- paul, was this a race that mitt romney could have won? >> of course, he could have won. he only lost by 100,000 votes in ohio. 70,000 in florida. lot closer than katrina suggest it was. $100 million unanswer ed ads c
senator kent conrad and congressman chris van hollen. plus, president obama looks ahead to a second term, while republicans look to regroup. we'll ask our sunday panel about what both sides need to do, moving forward. all, right now, on fox news sunday. ♪ >> chris: and, hello, again, from fox news in washington. on veterans day. when we honor the military, for their service to our nation. and, sadly, we begin today with a dramatic fall from grace, of one of the most respected military men of this generation. cia director and retired four star general david petraeus stepped down friday after admitting to an extramarital affair. joining us to discuss that and upcoming hearings on the deadly terror attack in libya is the chairman of the senate intelligence committee, dianne feinstein, senator, welcome back to fox news sunday. >> thank you very much, chris. >> chris: in a statement friday you said you understand petraeus's decision to resign, but that you wish that president obama had not accepted that. after more revelations, this weekend, do you still feel that way? >> i talked to dave p
about woodward's book on the negotiation, you realize how uncomfortable obama is with anyone not telling them how swell are right he is. anyone who wants lower taxes when you want higher taxes, there is going to be conflict. the president doesn't have the min in his personality for that. but he double counts $2 trillion that is already reduce. he counts 800 billion. of course, that was going to end. money that was going to get spent, yet another asterisk on the -- gerri: you know, i have to tell you, grover, when it comes to the president's budget, it is certainly a motivating trading in the stock market. diminishing peoples for one trip -- four o. one kays. 401ks. will you release any information about that promise? >> obama squeaked by with 2% main a the presidential level, way down from 7% four years ago. republicans have the house of representatives. they were elected with a written commitment to their constituents, not to me. clearly they are committed to opposing his tax increases. gerri: grover, you're not asking my question. if they were to come to you individually, will you work
was enough by state law to avoid an automatic recount. the win in florida gives president obama 3332 electoral college votes and victories in of the 9 swing states. >>> a rights organization held a forum to call for the stop of the secure communities program. the united and defensive image rights coalition says it sends fingerprints to immigration and custom enforcement which leads to deportation. a organizer says because of the program, victims of crime such as domestic violence and robberies are scared to call for help for fear of being deported. >> that's not justices it's not fair. it erodes the trust tathe community has with the police. >> 1734 residents have been deported by s s-com. >>> students who take too long to graduate could face higher fees. body of trustees is set to vote on a graduation incentive fees for super seniors. the fee would be phased in over two years. some students say it's not fair because not all class are offered every semester. >>> red bull fluke dog event soared. the homemade flying machines hoping to take flight today. >> reporter: some are feats of a
by president obama to serve in her role as assistant secretary of education for civil rights and she was confirmed by the senate in may of 2009. as assistant secretary, ruslyn is assistant secretary arnie's duncan's primary advisor. before she joined the department of education she was vice president of the education trust in washington, dc and was the founding executive of education trust west in oakland. in these positions she advocated for public school students in california, focusing on achievement and opportunity gaps, improving can urriculum and instructional quality and ensuring quality education for everybody. she served as an advisor on education issues on a number of private ipbs institutions, she is a teacher, a lawyer, and a very influential voice on all policy matters. she was also passionate about ending this issue of bullying and bringing everyone together to stop this disturbing trend so please welcome assistant secretary for civil rights, ruslyn lee. as i said, our moderator is not always our lieutenant governor, of course he needs to introduction -- no, i get
. president obama saidwo years ago, now is not the time with a sluggish economy to raise taxes. we need to consider the fact that folks who started raising taxes on the business creators. there's a right way to do this and there's a wrong way to do it. and speaker boehner was absolutely correct that, you do have to have revenues on the table. that does mean raising taxes. >> senator murray, let me come back to you. you said that the best way might be is, go off the cliff, have the tax cuts expire and then come back. that could havan impact on economic growth. equity markets will drop during the month on december. >> look, no one wants to go off the fiscal cliff, but, a fair deal is absolutely critical here, i'm delighted to hear speaker boehner and i know senator chambliss has said repeatedly that revenue has to be a part of it. that's a good step forward. but how that revenue is collected a critical. if it's just eliminating tax loopholes that affect middle-class families and they don't have a mortgage deduction or a charitable deduction or we raise their co-pay on medicare. all of tha
most americans have faith in president obama. and that he's going to do right by every day middle class families. and i think when you break it down, president obama has done this, he's reaching out to the republicans and he wants to work a deal with both the senate majority leader, harry reid, and also speaker boehner, to cut wasteful spending which we know we need to do, but more importantly, to increase revenues. and there's a lot of different ways to increase revenues. you talked about letting the bush cuts expire, but also growing the economy to bring revenues up. and we have 32 straight months of job growth. we need to double done on that and start making things in america again because that's what will get our economy and our deficits and debt down so we can pay off this national debt. >> robert, it sounds like raising tax revenues on anyone is out of the question. but do you think that is just bargaining positioning? >> yes, it is. no question about it. is this a classic washington argument. the president who just won re-election handily and the house republicans who also won re
in in barack obama. >> all right. former congressman patrick murphy, essentially it sounds like the ends justify the means when it comes to campaigns. >> i think, when i was in congress we tried to pass a bill to disclose that and other things. we got to know who is putting money in these elections, it's gotten too much. we just spent $6 billion on political campaigns last week. i mean -- that's outrageous. >> it's an eye-popping total. >> you're including congress, senate, and the local races as well. >> yes. >> thank you for your time. but most importantly, thank you for your service to our country. >> thanks, craig, you're a great american, appreciate it. >>> let's pick up on the fallout from general petraeus' resignation in our war room. where we break down politics, go inside the strategies behind the headlines. with me, democratic strategist, richard goodstein, and fellow south carolinaen and former cham chairman of the south carolina republican party. the petraeus announcement. what do you make of the timing? >> well craig, he's not the first soldier ever to stray from his marital
for all people and eliminating this. if he did right, you could have a lot of economic growth. president obama things you get $400 billion by raising taxes on the top 1% or 2%. he could get $48 billion by doing the buffett role. his solution is $400 billion. the size of his solution compared to the problem are not even in the same ballpark. that is why he is in there. he jumped to that promise. he sounds like he was not going to but when he got specific he made it clear in a year from now the middle class might target this. >> if sometime in the next few weeks there is an agreement here that closes loopholes but does not yet lower those rates, is violation? >> republicans would not support it. it would violate the pledge that most republicans have made to their constituents. there are three things that people campaign that obama made more confusing. one is all the bush tax cut laps that predate bush that they let lapse every two or four years. if that happens on january 5, it did raise taxes $500 billion a year. i guess this is the $5 trillion tax cut that obama used to attack romney for
for president obama. >> we've got to take a break. we'll be right back. stay with us. it's my coffee when i want it. you press a button, you have great dunkin' coffee. i got my coffee for the morning, i got my dunkin' k-cup packs for the rest of the day. only available at dunkin' donuts restaurants. america runs on dunkin' coffee. i'm drinkin' a dunkin' latte. i'm in love with my dunkin' latte. it is a treat. they're packed with flavor. it's my kind of latte. try the simply delicious latte everyone can enjoy. america runs on dunkin'! >>> welcome back. in virginia, democrat tim kaine narrowly beat republican and fellow former governor george allen to win the u.s. senate seat, 51-49%. he says it means virginia is still pretty purple and he rejected suggestions that northern virginia counties like prince william and loudoun were becoming increasingly blue. what do you think about that? >> well, allen tried to tag tim kaine with being too close to president obama. president obama's senator. then his attack was that tim kaine somehow was for the sequester. the device by which taxes go up and governme
will be quarantined for a couple of months. i agree with mark. obama ran a brilliant campaign. he did not have a record. and he succeeded. he did extremely well. and he is right. i would say mitt romney is a good and decent man and who -- good have made a president. he was not a good campaigner. theink k heas weakened by republican primaries, weakened by the 47%, and in thend he had really bad luck. a week before the elecon he theahead in just about all polls by a lot -- >> no. >> i think it was pre-empted in the last week. i am not sure he w would have w. but it would havave been closer. nina? >> i do not think he was ahead.. but when we leleftft here last mark and i looked at eachh otr r and we said, now we ll see whetherer theaunted ground game is really t their.. -- really tre. the vavaunted ground game turned out to be a mega groundnd game. one e person i know, this obama operativeses sent out an e-mail her friendnds ansaid, don't despaiair. this was the week of the bed dete. ---- bad athe beit. this was not good,d, but we votersred 10,000 obama this big. that is an incredible thing. the
words, barack obama would be a footnote in history if john mccain had made the right choices. here comes amid romney. -- mitt romney. he goes to paul ryan who is popular with the tea party. he picked him. i think a lot of people say that paul ryan is not really capable. i've got a loaded question for you -- does america really respect a black individual to be their leader? guest: it is good to end on a loaded question. let me say first that john mccain, who was a great senator, and who was the original maverick and had an independent image, i think he had a very difficult time running into thousand eight following eight years of george w. bush. it was likely time for a democratic president to win so i think john mccain had a hard assignment. with respect to the question you asked, i would say that america elected an african-american, barack obama, and after one of the most intense and expensive and bitter campaigns of all time, reelected him. i would say that is a pretty strong statement of respect for him. some people have said to mate there will be a racial vote in this election. i thi
be made. it would be a good thing. >> paul: all right, peggy, thank you so much for being here. still ahead, from taxes to immigration to energy, a look at president obama's second term agenda is a move to the midddddddddd >> in the coming weeks and months, i am looking forward to reaching out and working with leaders of both parties to meet the challenges we can only solve together, reducing our deficit. reforming our tax codes and fixing our immigration systems and from foreign oil. we've got more work to do. . >> paul: that was president obama tuesday night promising to work with republicans on some big issues. the president wasn't exactly known for his bipartisanship in the first term, will the second be different? we're back with dan henninger, jason riley and kim strassel and james freeman also joins the panel. so, the president's second term's usually not successful. >> usually not. there are exceptions, but, what does the president need to make his better than the first. >> well, i'm certainly hoping that he was telling the truth when he spoke to the des moines register and t
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